Guests can enjoy a glass of champagne, full buffet breakfast or continental breakfast in their room, free access to the Cinq Mondes spa, the fitness centre and tennis courts. Guests also get a voucher of CHF80 (Bt2,700) per person to be redeemed in Cafe Beau-Rivage, Miyako Lausanne sushi bar and l'Accademia fine Italian cuisine restaurant in the adjacent hotel Angleterre & Residence.
The room rates start from 1,455 CHF per room for single occupancy and 1,650 CHF per room for double occupancy per room.
Situated on the banks of Lake Geneva since 1861, the hotel is just a stone’s throw away from the centre of Lausanne offering its guests Switzerland’s finest hotel and the world’s most attractive palace resort.
The hotel has a four-hectare large garden and splendid terrace form an oasis of calm, ideal for recharging one’s batteries. The view onto Lake Geneva and the Alps exudes a unique serenity, as if outside of time.
It’s a true centre of dining excellence featuring Anne-Sophie Pic Au Beau-Rivage Palace, which opened in 2009 following an extensive refurbishment. Pic is the only female French chef to gain three stars, and her joining the Beau-Rivage Palace is the first time that the celebrated chef has left her niche at the Drome in Valence.
In Miyako, guests can savour the finest sushi and sashimi freshly prepared by the Japanese chefs and L’accademia Italian restaurant at the Hotel Angleterre & Residence (the sister hotel) invites guests to sample other delicacies.
During the summer months, Le Montreux, the steamboat where cuisine is served directly from the ovens of the Beau-Rivage Palace, is a delectable way to treat an evening. From the careful selection of exquisite cocktails and noble cigars at the Bar to the Lobby Lounge’s popular terrace, your every appetite will be catered for. The Beau-Rivage Palace’s legendary wine cellar houses some of the world’s most remarkable wine, numbering in the region of 600 crus and 75,000 bottles.
Find more details at www.Brp.ch.
Published : February 09, 2018
By : The Nation